Happy Kwanzaa? Negro Please!

vanessaKwanzaa is a prime example of the incredulous, buck naked ignorance displayed by a large portion of “African-Americans”.  Too many are too eager to latch on to anything “African” without researching it to find out the origin, or if it’s offensive to their Christian faith;  the faith that most Blacks profess to have.  Kwanzaa is an anti-Christian, fake holiday that was created by a foolish, Black social justice type, called Maulana Karenga. His real name is not so “African” sounding. It’s Ronald McKinley Everett… yuup, Lil’ Ron-Ron from da hood!

Ronald Everett was one of those professors of “Africana” Studies, which is the WORST kind of subject material that any educational institution can offer; right along with Chicano Studies,  Women Studies and similar topics!  These subjects are purely meant to indoctrinate! And, of course he was set free to spread his poison throughout California classrooms.

Mr. Everett founded and celebrated  Kwanzaa in 1966-67. He wanted to establish a “holiday” for Black people (self-segregation)  that was a substitute for Christmas because he felt that Jesus was  psychotic and Christmas was the White man’s holiday, even though Christ isn’t White.  He actually said the words… “Jesus is psychotic.”  When you Christians are lighting up those Kwanzaa candles, did you know that the founder of Kwanzaa felt that way about your Savior? Bet ya didn’t!

As if his anti-Christian, impious statements and beliefs weren’t bad enough, in 1971, Lil Ron-Ron was sentenced to ten years in prison for felonious assault and false imprisonment. He held two women against their will,  and tortured them by stripping them naked and then beating them with electrical cords; sticking a hot soldering iron in one of their mouths and placing the iron against the others cheek.  They were beaten with various other objects and while being held down, water mixed with detergent was forced in their mouths through a hose.  Original water boarder?  This is the man whose “holiday” many of you have readily accepted as a connection to and representation of your African heritage.  Everett was not African, but he sure was NUTS… and he had the nerve to call Jesus psychotic? Riiiiight!

Blacks born in the USA are Americans and therefore, your culture and heritage is Americana.  Our ancestors DESERVE that we acknowledge our American heritage.  After all, they fought and died for our right to be here. Studying the roles that Blacks played in building this country will serve you well and could prevent so many of you from getting punked all the time. Gee!

I have no idea why so many Black people to this day are still trying to identify with Africa. Well, let me tell you something…. Africans don’t identify with Black Americans. They think we are lazy and take our freedoms for granted. The Africans are actually on to something with their opinion… they’re right about some of us.  Yep!

Acceptance of Kwanzaa without batting an eye, is an example of how so many Blacks in America get  brainwashed. The original intent behind Kwanzaa was to pull Blacks away from Christianity and Christmas. The true history of Kwanzaa  has been revised, reinvented or destroyed, just like the majority of contributions made by Black Americans throughout our history.  It’s easy to distort and destroy history  because many just take what’s presented to them at face value. Many just go with the flow… no questions asked!   The truth will set you free folks. People aren’t so easily brainwashed  and manipulated when they are armed with facts and knowledge.

Lil Ron-Ron proved that if you paint a pretty enough picture (the values of Kwanzaa) on a worthless canvas (the original destructive intent of Kwanzaa), people will be so mesmerized by the pretty picture that they won’t bother drilling down to check out the foundation. When you Christians celebrate Kwanzaa, you’re practicing paganism… just so you know!!  I’m constantly amazed at how quickly Blacks will yell praise the Lord,  but will push him to the side in a heartbeat for things that are clearly  anti-Christ and causes one to sin. I guess some of you folk will do anything to support the “blackness”.   What…. are…..you…..thinking??!!

Today, Kwanzaa is marketed as the celebration of African American Heritage; celebrating family, culture and community. Seven principals are celebrated from December 26th through January 1st. Those seven principals are:

  • a (Unity): To strive for and to maintain unity in the family, community, nation, and race.
  • Kujichagulia (Self-Determination): To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves, and speak for ourselves stand up
  • Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility): To build and maintain our community together and make our brothers’ and sisters’ problems our problems, and to solve them together.
  • Ujamaa (family): The belief in family and general communal understanding.
  • Nia (Purpose): To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.
  • Kuumba (Creativity): To do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it.
  • Imani (Faith): To believe with all our heart in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle.

Let’s be real, shall we?  To those of you celebrating Kwanzaa… cut it out! With all this Black on Black crime, a 70% illegitimacy rate, and ran down projects and inner cities, ya’ll are not living this! Posers!

Merry Christmas to the true Christians!  You Kwanzaa pagans need to stop playin’! 

Thanks for Visiting!

Vanessa Anderson

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16 thoughts on “Happy Kwanzaa? Negro Please!

  1. Hello VA Anderson! I’ve read your article and I came to the conclusion that you are the product of Stockholm Syndrome in the worst way. But I understand, we are a people who’ve culture have been robbed from us. Many black people suffer from self hate because brainwashed African Americans have been conditioned to hate themselves. Some of us (Black people) choose not to forget our ancestors. You are typical of self-hating Black people (hence the wearing of weave) who reject anything remotely African. Religion is the reason why this world is in so much turmoil. Your article is very divisive and I do not see you doing anything to empower the Black community instead of spreading this poison (Christianity). What has Christianity done to heal the community? I bet you even worship the White Jesus!

    • Really….are you that narrow minded that you have to jump to the same old cliché insults that you have been indoctrinated to hurl at those of us who are immune to the collective mindset that you are too ignorant to even know you’re a victim of?

      And talking about Stockholm Syndrome…assuming you’re an American, you worship, follow, praise, uplift and hang on every word of the same political party (progressives, democrats, liberals) that held blacks as slaves….but because I am an individual, capable of thinking for myself… I’m self hating? Rrrriiiiight!

      YOU are the typical, black person…with buck-naked ignorance that I was referring to.

      How can you correct someone who is so indoctrinated to think a certain way, but doesn’t even know he or she is simply a successful result of a science project? I can’t…..

      Oh… and Jesus isn’t white…. he probably looked more like Osama bin Laden than the pictures of long haired, blue eyed Hollywood Jesus…. but, again… your indoctrination is speaking for you…. because you can’t think and speak for yourself.

      And you have clearly forgotten your ancestors…. they were independent thinkers and fighting to be Americans.

      Actually… you are not worth my time…. if you think Christianity is poison, then you are as stupid as Lil Ron Ron. Bye.

  2. O my, this is BAD. An other one of those cases when I wish yahoo mail had a “DON’T Like” Button. Let me make one comment on one quote from the article: “I have no idea why so many Black people to this day are still trying to identify with Africa.”

    My guess ii that t has something to do with the same reason, that my wife makes Hoska ( A holiday bread made over the years, The custom has been passed down by her family over the years. Her ancestors came to this country long ago from Czechoslovakia many years ago.

    • What customs? Like naming your kid something like TaDarious because it “sounds” African.

      What African customs are black americans practicing? I’ll wait. haha..smh

  3. Amen Eugene! People just don’t want Christ to be so!!! You can not force his spirit upon anyone. One’s heart must be open to accepting him!

  4. You do understand Christianity was forced upon the slaves and a lot of Blacks do not celebrate the commercialism of Christmas.

    • Hi Vicki… actually Christianity was present in Africa as early as the 1st century. Africa is home to some of the oldest Christian churches in the world. In other words, Christianity was in Africa long before the United States was ever created. I do understand the role of religion in the beginning of slavery… I also understand that you can not force faith… that’s a choice. Many Blacks in early America became rabid Christians….voluntarily.

      • If u r christian then y is ur article so negative against black ppl who want to celebrate something of our own…where is the love ur so-called religion profess…let ur light shine through ur faith and maube others may want to follow…but such vitriol against what someone else wants to celebrate is not christian like…also i challenge u to look up the origin of christmas and see all the paganism that it brings

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